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swaroop suresh, Feb. 6, 2012

Good to be with the community that hope to bring sustainable development in the nature. We have started our ISCF challenge. Students are really interested, excited , worried and concerned.

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  • William Donato William Donato Feb. 6, 2012
    my students are starting tomorrow on the challenge. I think my students would be happy to discuss with yours.
  • Gaelle Farout Gaelle Farout Feb. 6, 2012
    With a bad weather , only few students can participate today but they are really happy too
  • swaroop suresh swaroop suresh Feb. 7, 2012
    Dear William Donato Sir, I would be great. Looking forward.

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Greg Thwaites, Jan. 5, 2012

Hey! can you share projects securely with students? Is there a student account?

Greg Thwaites
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  • Elsa Maestra Elsa Maestra Jan. 5, 2012

    The quick answers to your questions are:

    >can you share projects securely with students?

    If a project is marked as “restricted,” then its members (people you accept as members, such as your students) will be the only ones who can contribute via posts and comments. But content in “restricted” projects will still be viewable by the public.

    Soon, we'll be adding the ability to mark projects as “private” so that only project members can contribute to AND view project content.

    >Is there a student account?

    At present, there is only one type of Einztein member account. If you want to invite your students to join Einztein, please go to “invite” under “account”. You can invite up to 25 people. If more invites are needed, just let us know.

    Should you have additional questions, feel free to message me by clicking my profile, then clicking “contact.”

    -Elsa

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David Castellón, Dec. 12, 2011

Hi everyone ! My name is David I’m from Colombia. I’m studing Bioengineering and I am deeply excited to use such an awesome tool for my learning !

David Castellón
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  • Maria L-Romania Maria L-Romania Feb. 13, 2012
    Good! I'm from romania! This project gives people over the head … I love to very much. Continued success!

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srini n, Dec. 2, 2011

Hi All!
I am Srini from India. I am a finance professional, consultant and an entrepreneur for a little over a decade.

I am excited to be here in this great place to exchange knowledge, experiences, ideas and opinions with all you guys here.

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iza bella, Dec. 1, 2011

Hello, my name is Izabella and I am from Bulgaria. This whole project is amazing, and I am so glad, that I take a part in it.
I have calculated my Carbon Footprint and I am happy, that my results are very low, but actually I wasn’t surprised about the results, because I’ve always tried to save water and electricity, recycle and reuse things. .
My highest carbon is on transport, cuz I live far from school, and unfortunately it takes to much time to walk to school or to go by bike, so I have to travel by bus. And plane flights really surprised me, they really increase my Carbon Footprint, I didn’t expect it.

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Gaia Granchi, Nov. 30, 2011

Hi , my name is Gaia and I’m from Italy. I live in Pisa , it is a beautiful city and I love her. I calculated my carbon footprint with my class to find that it was smaller than average compared to most Italian, but gigantic compared to the rest of the world! My family tries not to waste anything, but this is not enough! we can improve! I think if we all work hard we can improve the world! :)

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Lana M-Croatia, Nov. 28, 2011

Hi, my name is Lana and I am from Croatia. I calculated my carbon footprint a few weeks ago and the result was a little surprising – my CF was definitely higher than I had expected, especially in the home section. I’m really glad I have joined this project and I’m surprised how much the quiz influenced my behaviour. I have already started to change my habits and it hasn’t been too difficult since I have realized that I can save energy and money and help our planet at the same time. Now I can’t imagine going to sleep and leaving my TV or computer turned on. I have also decided to cut down on water consumption and to take shorter showers.

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Yasmin R-Sweden, Nov. 25, 2011

Hi! My name is Yasmin and I’m from Sweden.
I have calculated my carboon footprint and my results is lower than the avarage of my country.
My home energy carboon footprint was surpisingly low and I think it might be because in our house we use florecent bulbs…
The highest carboon footprint i got, was on transport. It was still lower than the avarage. Anyways, I think it is because of I use the buss everyday. I don’t walk or take the bicycle but when it’s nice wather i could actually walk.
Do you have any other ideas how to increace my carboon footprint?

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  • Mia D-USA Mia D-USA Nov. 25, 2011
    Wow, my results were opposite! My home was the highest carbon footprint. What is the weather like in Sweden? I usually always have the air conditioning on because it is hot where I live.
  • Ema P - Croatia Ema P - Croatia Nov. 25, 2011
    Congrats to you, Yasmin! Such a great feeling to know that there are actually people who care about our future. Keep on going! :)
  • Noor Dawood Noor Dawood Nov. 26, 2011
    I think it's good as it is lower than its avarage. Just continue with what you are doing right now ;)

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Dina Amin, Nov. 25, 2011

hi! My name is Dina Amin, I am from Sweden. I have just calculated my carbon footprint, and the result is very low, do you have some advice how to increase it, so it becomes normal? :)

Dina Amin
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  • Michelle N -USA Michelle N -USA Nov. 25, 2011
    Don't think you have to change it at all! Mine was abnormally low for my state also while many others who calculated their carbon footprint with me were extremely high. Don't think you have to make it “normal”, try and make it lower, actually. A lot of people I know, including me, have incandescent light bulbs that are bad for the environment. If you have those, you may want to switch to CFL light bulbs because they save you money overall since they last longer and also use less energy. I hope my information helped you!
    http://environment.about.com/od/greenlivingdesign/a/light_bulbs.htm
  • srini n srini n Nov. 25, 2011
    Low cf is good. Lower is better. You need to congratulate yourself for the score. The challlenge will be to keep it low!
  • Marion Schöttelndreier Marion Schöttelndreier Nov. 26, 2011
    It is a very good result to have a lower carbon footprint. This means that your way of leaving is responsible for a lower release of carbon than for most other people in Sweden. So this is what I meant when I wrote that it is sometimes good to be “unnormal” if your carbon footprint is lower than for the average for your country. I agree that the challenge is to keep it as low as it is or you can try to make it even lower.
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M. A - Sweden, Nov. 25, 2011

Hi
My name is Mona and I am from Sweden. I have calculated my carboon footprint with my class, and my transportation is 553 kg compared to the region that is 1894 kg. But the food is higher than expected. Can you give some advice how to reduce it.

M. A - Sweden
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  • Yasmin R-Sweden Yasmin R-Sweden Nov. 25, 2011
    Hello!
    To buy organic food is a good way to reduce your carboon footprint.
    To eat less meat reduces the carboon footprint as well. You can also choose to become a vegetarian.

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